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The 1890s Society 
19th-Century Sensation Writers (from A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection) (Michael E. Grost)
19th Century British and Irish Authors (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
A 19th Century British Timeline (Robert Brinley, Virginia Tech U.)
Electronic Resources For Nineteenth Century Studies
E-Texts for Victorianists (archive of texts by nineteenth-century authors such as Arnold, Carlyle, Newman, Pater, and Wilde as well as important works by lesser-known writers; texts based on authoritative editions, often in the version of their first publication; texts retain notes, page numbers, of the print versions) (Alfred J. Drake)
Internet Library of Early Journals (digitized 20-year runs of six 18th and 19th-century British journals: Gentleman's Magazine, Annual Register, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Notes and Queries, The Builder, and Blackwood's Edin
New Books in Nineteenth-Century Studies ("authors, titles, publishers, prices, ISBN numbers and publishers' descriptions for new and forthcoming critical works, anthologies, and critical editions of nineteenth-century British materials"; will also include reviews) (English Dept., USC)
Northeast Victorian Studies Assoc. 
On-Line Literary Resources: Victorian (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Some Nineties Links and Books (George Simmers)
Victoria & Albert, Vicky & the Kaiser: A Chapter of Anglo-German Family Relations (exhibit; in German and English) (Ausstellungen des Deutschen Historischen Museums)
Victorian Medicine ("comprehensive study of both professional and traditional medicinal practices in England between the years 1830 and 1910") (Henry Hattemer)
Victorian Database Online (by-subscription database of records for books, articles, and dissertation abstracts published from 1945 to 1999 on topics relating to the 'long' Victorian age, 1830-1914; cross-disciplinary; offers both institutional and individual subscription rat
Victorian Web Sites (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Victorian Society in America 
The Victorian Sonnet (Sonnet Central)
Victorian Sensationalism Online (Andrew Mactavish, McMaster U.)
The Victorian Web (major WWW archive; requires graphical browser)
The Victorian Women Writers Project (major archival project making works available through the Web; works can be accessed in HTML or TEI-conformant SGML; number of works included will increase in time) (Perry Willett, Indiana U.)
Victorian Women Writers' Letters Project ("correspondences of early to mid-Victorian British women writers, and a database of the writers' interpersonal transactions as recorded by and in their letters both published and unpublished"; the first phase of the project includes resources related to the letters of Anna Jameson, Harriet Martineau, and their friends) (Katharine Bassett Patterson, U. British Columbia)
Victoria Research Web (Patrick Leary, Indiana U.)

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